• ERC Consolidator Grant

    Analysis, control and engineering of spatiotemporal pattern formation

  • Müller lab:
    Systems biology of vertebrate development

    We use a systems biology approach to understand self-organizing processes during development and disease.

  • Morphogens:
    How to make an embryo

    We study how signaling molecules transform a ball of cells into an animal

  • Model organisms:
    Zebrafish, medaka, murine embryonic stem cells, bacteria

  • Müller lab:
    Cross-disciplinary research

    We combine developmental biology with mathematics, physics and computer sciences.

Current news

We just received a grant from the Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour to study collective cell migration

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Prestigious Herz fellowship awarded: Diego Morales will develop a new mathematical model for cell signaling in our lab

Morphogens move like drunken sailors - Our recent work in collaboration with the Gebhardt Lab is now on bioRxiv: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.04.05.487143v1

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